Rise

Album: The Boxer (2010)
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  • Brothers, sisters, come with me
    Into the light, into the light
    Brothers, sisters, can't you see
    Into the light, into the light?

    How did you lose sight of what you saw?
    You know you can be better than you were before

    Brothers, sisters, can't you see
    That you are stronger than you think?
    You are stronger than you think
    You are stronger than you think, you are strong

    Raise those arms that once were broken
    And put down the grief

    Did you think your time was gone
    Into the light, into the light?
    Did you think you're on your own
    Into the light, into the light?

    How did you lose sight of what you saw?
    You know you can be better than you were before

    Brothers, sisters, can't you see
    That you are stronger than you feel?
    You are stronger than you feel
    You are stronger than you feel
    You are stronger than you feel, you are strong

    Raise those arms that once were broken
    And put down the greed

    I'm taking over, I'm taking over
    I'm taking over, I'm taking over
    I'm taking over, I'm taking over
    I'm taking over, I'm taking over

    I'm taking over, I'm taking over
    I'm taking over, I'm taking over
    I'm taking

    You are stronger than you think
    You are stronger than you think
    You are stronger than you think, you are strong

    Raise those arms that once were broken
    And put down the greed

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